Field Hockey: B-CC 8, Clarksburg 0

Helen Webster (left) of Bethesda-Chevy Chase scored two goals Saturday as B-CC defeated Ashley Wong (right) and Clarksburg, 8-0.

CLARKSBURG, Md. — The Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School field hockey team used a balanced offensive attack and stifling defense to defeat host Clarksburg, 8-0, in a Montgomery County 4A West matchup on Saturday. The win was the second in a row for the Barons (2-3, 2-0) after they opened the season with three shutout losses in 24 hours last weekend.

Madisson Tully, Helen Webster and Bergen Kasoff scored two goals each for B-CC, while goalkeepers Kiley Goodwin and Andrea Tineo combined for the team’s second consecutive shutout. The Barons also got individual goals from Liz Orr and Mary Clare Vicenzi.

B-CC coach Ralph Goodwin said he was pleased to see his offense break out with four goals in the first half after the team scored only one goal through its first four games.

“We had a little bit of trouble getting goals on the board through our first four games,” Goodwin said. “And we actually set a goal before the game to come out and try to score three in the first half. And so we accomplished our goal and at halftime we set another goal to try to put two or three more on the board.”

Tully, a senior midfielder who is a key offensive weapon for the Barons, was at full strength for the first time this season after being slowed by an ankle injury during the team’s first four games.

Both teams will next be in action on Tuesday, when B-CC will host Gaithersburg and Clarksburg (3-2, 1-1) will host Churchill.


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